Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Warfield Theater on 1999-04-17
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Set 2: Terrapin Station > Down With Disease > Dark Star > Friend of the Devil, Casey Jones, Morning Dew, Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad > And We Bid You Goodnight
Encore: Box Of Rain
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|Dark Star ->|
|It's Up To You|
|Days Between ->|
|Dark Star ->|
|My Favorite Things|
|Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo|
|Terrapin Station ->|
|Down With Disease ->|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|Dark Star ->|
|Going Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|And We Bid You Goodnight|
|Box Of Rain|
Phil Lesh - Bass
Steve Kimock - Guitars
John Molo - Drums
Trey Anastasio - Guitar
Page McConnell - Keys
Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay - Vocals
- 2005-01-31 17:24:35
- SBD > Master DAT (44.1khz) > RME Hammerfall Digiface > Sony Vaio C1VP > Samplitude v7.02 Professional > SHN
- San Francisco, CA
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Warfield Theater
Subject: Golden Music
Subject: that show was my Amazeing Grace
Subject: Excellent show.
Subject: I love Phish Kimock and Less but wow
Subject: A beautiful Suite
Subject: Amazing show
Anway, this was a great run. Tons of love in the old building all three nights.
Subject: Absolutely beautiful
If you think of PLF as a Grateful Dead cover band, then yes, I agree with you that about 90% of the time it is, and it's much better to just listen to actual Dead concerts from 1972 or 1977.
But this concert stands on its own as a wonderful work of music and art. The different songs and jams meld into one complete and fully soul-satisfying river of song. This concert is a wonderful experience.
Find the best-sounding copy of this, to your ears, and keep it close. Five stars.
Subject: Over 8 Years Gone and Yet Still I Return...
After the countless listens, I still find the beautiful subtleties and nuances that make 4/16 and 4/17 TRUE masterpieces. These were the shows that rocketed Phil into his wonderful solo career. They made us appreciate what we had lost even more, but they also showed that tunes that had been played for 30 years or so can have complete overhauls with new interpretations, wrinkles, and energy.
Obviously, The Grateful Dead and Phish are two bands that I love so much and my life has been enriched beyond measure by both. This was such a rare treat, Page does Piano and Keyboard work that no keyboardist the Dead ever had could accomplish. In my opinion, 4/16 and 4/17 are Steve Kimock in his absolute PEAK form, both creatively and in terms of execution. His playing is just brimming with fresh ideas and wonderful, graceful finesse. Phil said it best, Trey is just plain nasty here, and Kimock is playing something akin to an anti-gravity guitar.
MOLO IS A BEAST
The rest of the 4/15-4/16-4/17 run is awesome too! But 4/17 is in my CD player the most. Anyone who enjoys Grateful Dead, Phish, Zero, and SKB music must have this show! Oh, and John Molo is one heck of a rhythm man.
Subject: Phuck yea!
Subject: THANK YOU
Subject: phil doin' the dead
kimock and trey get it done!
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